There are a lot of different ways to train for the one-arm push up. Here are five of Al's favorites
These advanced bodyweight variations are excellent for strengthening your hands and fingers.
The human flag not only looks impressive, but is a serious feat of strength and ability.
Take your time on this workout. Aim for five slow, controlled reps of each exercise.
We love the fluidity of movement in this video, set in the diverse urban landscape of Barcelona. Sit back and enjoy.
The Cossack squat is a great drill for flexibility, for mobility, and as a dynamic warm up for any lower-body activity.
This week, Al demonstrates a step-by-step approach to mastering the pistol squat.
Take your time to go through these inversion drills. Display control throughout the whole movement.
As well as building you up to the full movement, these progressions are strength builders in their own right.
This week Al shows you the kip-up, along with some additional movements to help you learn it.
Truth be told, I shed a tear every time I witness a band-assisted, short range-of-motion pull up.
This time, Al Kavadlo demonstrates six of his favorite bodyweight exercises for the core.
This week, Al Kavadlo teams up with his brother Dan to explain the clutch lever.
In the first of a new calisthenics series, Al Kavadlo shares four exercises for the posterior chain.
Ever used vertical pull up bars? Try them as a unique and interesting alternative to gymnastic rings.
Ben shares four exercises to help you get in peak condition for snowboarding.
This week is about spotting and becoming better athletes in the process.